Samsung is prioritizing the development of OLED screens that Apple intends to use in the near future iPad models, according to a report by today The Electric.

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According to the report, Samsung has prioritized development of a particular type of display that uses two-layer OLED panels, which Apple plans to use in future ‌iPad‌ and Mac models. Prioritizing this display type means the South Korean tech giant will focus less on developing full-cut OLED displays, which use just a single OLED layer, according to The Electric.

Samsung is Apple’s main screen supplier and has been supplying the company with high-end OLED screens for years iPhone models since 2017. Other products, such as the iPhone SEMac and ‌iPad‌ still use LCD screens and mini-LED technology on select products.

Apple is expected release of the first OLED iPad Pro in 2024 in 11-inch and 12.9-inch sizes, according to reliable display analyst Ross Young. Also in 2024, it is rumored that Apple will also bring OLED display technology to the Mac with a 13-inch MacBook Air.

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